Management Satellite / Data Lab
The Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) and Eugene McDermott Library partner to provide a vital research resource tool for JSOM students, faculty and staff. The Management Satellite/Data Lab is an extension of the library’s mission to ensure access for the JSOM community to valuable information resources. This outreach service is the product of a successful relationship between JSOM and the Library, via the Library’s Liaison Program.
The Management Satellite enables management students to receive research assistance from a librarian, as well as access the Library’s electronic resources, within the walls of the Jindal School of Management building. Located in JSOM 2.713, the Management Satellite office is a “virtual library” with fully-equipped computer workstations. Alex Rodriguez and Loreen Henry are the Library Liaisons for the School of Management and provide research assistance and reference support. For assistance please contact Alex at Alex.Rodriguez@utdallas.edu or 972-883-2999 and Loreen at Loreen@utdallas.edu or (972) 883-2126. For news please visit McDermott Library News.
Bloomberg Professional® and Capital IQ
Bloomberg Professional® and Capital IQ are available in JSOM 2.713. Students and faculty may stop by during office hours to use the Bloomberg workstations or call (972) 883-2126 to check availability. Please call Loreen Henry at (972) 883-2126 or email her at Loreen@utdallas.edu if you have any questions.
Create instant bibliographies. RefWorks is a citation management service that allows you to import citations from online article indexes and databases, organize and manage these references within folders, automatically format them within papers and create instant bibliographies in a variety of styles. Check the Library Events Calendar for these and other library sessions. To register or for more details, call Chris Edwards (972) 883-2614. Sessions are held in McDermott Library in MC2.524. A quick tutorial and instructions for logging onto RefWorks are located on the Library’s RefWorks Website.